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    Hijab Rules Must Go, Says UN Human Rights Office

    The death of a young woman in the custody of Iran’s ‘morality police’ has led to protests across the country. The government has come...

    Resurrecting Data Regulation in India

    Data localisation can create a ‘honeypot of data’ — a concentration of information in one geographical location that increases the risk of data breaches and...

    Multi-Faith Team Urges Repeal of Blasphemy Laws – in the Name of Religious Freedom

    A delegation of human rights and religious freedom advocates is visiting the United Nations this week to increase support among UN Member States for...

    Union Government, Assam and Eight Tribal Groups Signs Peace Agreement

    Terming this a historic day for the North East region, Amit Shah said that the agreement will prove to be another milestone in the...

    Killings, Abductions Fuel Fear of Taliban Return in North-West Pakistan

    Swat was ruled unlawfully by Tehreek Taliban Pakistan from 2007 to 2010, when its militants were evicted through a military operation. Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, one...

    Bangladesh Law Enforcement Agencies Not Bringing Money Launderers to Book, Finance Intelligence Boss Tells Court

    Bangladesh’s financial intelligence boss told the court that little has come out of 983 intelligence reports his office shared with the country’s anti-corruption commission...

    Will the Diplomat, Accused of Rape, be Prosecuted at Home?

    The status of an individual — regardless of whether they are a diplomat, a head of state, royalty, or a UN employee — should...

    Shocked to The Core: The Bilkis Bano Case 

    Such things are only to be expected as such heinous crimes are being committed with unfailing regularity and the culprits walking free with equally...
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    Non-communicable Diseases Emerge as ‘Top Killers Globally’ – WHO

    Authors of the report say that every two seconds, one person under the age of 70 dies of a...

    How to Make COP27 a Success

    From melting glaciers to a ‘monster’ monsoon, record-breaking floods have left a third of Pakistan currently under water and...

    Have MGNREGA Workers Become Bonded Labourers?

    Millions of workers remain unpaid for their work for several months. Despite over Rs. 21,000 crores of pending wages,...

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    Non-communicable Diseases Emerge as ‘Top Killers Globally’ – WHO

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